The exhibition “Monet – Mitchell” creates an unprecedented “dialogue” between the works of two exceptional artists, Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Joan Mitchell (1925-1992).
The “Monet – Mitchell” exhibition present each artist’s unique response to a landscape and nature, illustrated in a particularly immersive manner. In his last paintings, the Water Lilies, Monet aimed to recreate in his studio the motifs he observed at length on the surface of his water lily pond in Giverny. Joan Mitchell, on the other hand, would explore a memory or a sense of the emotions she felt while in a particular place that was dear to her, perceptions that remained vivid beyond space and time. She would create these abstract compositions at La Tour, her studio in Vétheuil, a small French village.
This is a unique opportunity to see some of the most iconic works of both Monet and Mitchell in the flesh and is not to be missed by any lover of art. For further details on the exhibition, please visit the site below.